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Mike Van Veghten
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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by PackardV8 » 02 Mar 2020, 11:56

Hi, Mike,

If a late valley cover doesn't present itself, I usually just cut off the road draft tube, stick a rubber shock bushing in it and screw the PCV into that.

jack

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Mike Van Veghten » 02 Mar 2020, 12:07

Thanks Jack.
I had a similar thought. Not as nice, but I guess you really can't see it back there.

Mike

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Jeff Rice » 03 Mar 2020, 19:08

Here's a pic of one.
Sounds like a doable fab job if one can't be found.

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Bill Van Alstyne » 03 Mar 2020, 19:46

Tom Karkewitz(sp) had a few of them on his truck last year in South Bend. I don't know if you can get in touch with him but he had a few then, probably still does. Bill

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Mike Van Veghten » 03 Mar 2020, 22:55

Jeff -

That looks like a good hose barb, rather than a threaded fitting. I guess you could put a short hose on it with a rocker cover style, plug-in valve. Haven't seen this one.
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Bill -

Don't know Tom K., or where he lives. Will look to see if his name is on this board.
Thanks.

Mike

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Jeff Rice » 04 Mar 2020, 08:04

Tom is listed in the current issue of Turning Wheels in the huge vendor section.
five 74-287-5834

Don't know Tom K., or where he lives. Will look to see if his name is on this board.
Thanks.

Mike

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Re: Wanted - A PCV style road draft tube fitting

Post by Mike Van Veghten » 04 Mar 2020, 12:16

Excellent, thanks Jeff.

Yea, I wen't thru 20 pages here last night..! Obviously no luck.

Would be nice when folks mention to talk to someone...for them to leave some sort of contact info..!

Mike

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